Redline perf had a interest in it but I don't know if they will make one for the GC platform .btw i found through some searching the a plastic clutch master is not as rare as i had originally thought. the evo gsr has one from the factory, and there is more than 1 aftermarket option to fix it.
maybe one of the sponsors can develop a bolt in fix for this. the evo gsr required a cnc'd adapter plate to fit a standard clutch master in there.
Hey shorttrack, if you are going SPEC don't bother with stage 4. Stage 3+ holds more torque and is a full faced disk rather than a puck.Follow up : Clutch was toasted .Good idea to invest in a Single mass flywheel and stage 3+ or stage 4 clutch if spraying N2O .
No ,I am going spec 3+ / sprung disc .The Spec 4 is un-sprung (tranny damage would result).The stage 4 I wrote about in post # 108 would be in a clutch master FX400 with clutch masters high dollar flywheel that only accepts their pressure plate .Hey shorttrack, if you are going SPEC don't bother with stage 4. Stage 3+ holds more torque and is a full faced disk rather than a puck.
Stage 2 and 2+ are nice and very DD friendly. Not sure if you remember my car gets a little shaky in first. It's much better now that I took out the One Piece Driveshaft.
I'm actually looking to sell it soon if you or someone you know is interested
Just filmed the DIY this past saturday with a special guest. I will but uploading a video on the AWD Mini Cooper ECU and then next week I'll release that DIY.Ordered one. I'd love a DIY before installing it! Probably won't get around to it for another month or two though.
Awesome. Looking forward to it.Just filmed the DIY this past saturday with a special guest. I will but uploading a video on the AWD Mini Cooper ECU and then next week I'll release that DIY.
Btw, it took 30 minutes for us to install it, adjust it, and drive it. I'll make sure to post the video here too for those wanting to install one.